Loziba (Pty)Ltd will employ a combination of Donor Funding and typical Project Finance structures to raise the money required to plan and construct the project. To date the shareholders have already invested over R7M since 2016 in bringing this project to fruition, including the acquisition of a farm on the Southern boundary of the proposed reserve. 

Investors can expect returns from capital appreciation of the land values and lodge operations – with the land values used as security if required. 

Legacy investors will likely include private investors, wealthy individuals and non-profit organisations who are either mandated or have a calling to support community – conservation projects in Africa. 

African Conservancies is in ongoing discussions for investment into Loziba (Pty) Ltd with a number of private individuals and institutions around the globe. 



Donate to the Human Elephant Foundation and receive a tax certificate.

Human Elephant Foundation(

PBO No: 93000 29207


Outright purchase of a farm which will then be incorporated into the Loziba Wildlife Reserve. You will need to sign into the Loziba constitution and abide by the General Management Plan.


There will be circa 10 lodge sites for investors and operators on Loziba Wildlife Reserve, which will be made available to acquire or lease

To find out more about these stakeholder options contact the African Conservancies Project Director :
James Arnott
Mobile +27 (083) 6258078 (SA) / +44 7577 187708 (UK)


Plans for Loziba

Award winning Peter Rich Architects have drawn up these sensitive and environment-appropriate drawings for Loziba. "The design showcases our signature earth tile vaults clad with stone from the area to create a lodge that disappears in the landscape. The sequence of the renders is as follows: Render 1 – View from on top of the lodge Render 2 – View Entering the lodge Render 3 – View of the restaurant terrace Render 4 – View of honeymoon suites overlooking the wilderness expanse We would also like to do a second lodge type that makes use of thatch and gum-pole architecture and is sited in the thicket of trees along the river away from the grassy plains and the dangers of fire." Rogan Rich Peter Rich Architects

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